Stirling

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A residential development for up to 24 affordable homes in Plean has been approved, subject to conditions, by the Planning and Regulation Panel of Stirling Council. To be constructed by Carmichael Homes, the proposed development on land south of Plean Parish Church comprises two, three and four-bedr

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Building and construction business The JR Group has begun work on a new housing development on behalf of Stirling Council to create a collection of modern energy-efficient homes for the city.

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A commitment of more than £6 million has been agreed by Stirling Council to create a new social housing development in Plean. Members of the council's Community Wellbeing and Housing Committee approved plans on 31 August to begin the procurement process for the construction of 24 properties, s

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A planning application for a new whisky storage warehouse scheme at Throsk has been approved today by Stirling Council subject to conditions and a legal agreement being signed. The development at Bandeath Industrial Estate, on behalf of Ian Macleod Distillers (IMD), will house a suite of modern buil

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A major housing development in Durieshill that Springfield Properties had claimed was moving at a "snail’s pace" can now move forward after a Section 75 agreement was confirmed by Stirling Council. The 'self-sustaining community', which secured initial planning consent four year

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A new whisky storage warehouse scheme at Bandeath Industrial Estate in Throsk has moved a big step towards becoming a reality after a planning application for the site was recommended for approval.

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Sir Andy Murray has been granted planning permission to build nine woodland cabins in the grounds of his Cromlix Hotel, near Dunblane. The two-time Wimbledon champion is working with Fergus Purdie Architects on the properties, which will be split across three categories – waterb

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Tenants will be handed the keys to 12 new homes in St Ninians this week following almost £2 million worth of investment by Stirling Council and the Scottish Government. The new homes, at Monteith Avenue, are a mix of one-bedroom flats and two and three-bedroom semi-detached houses and add to t

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The chairman of Springfield Properties has challenged Stirling Council on the "considerable delays" by planning officials to progress housing at Durieshill. Attending today’s Stirling Council meeting, Sandy Adam made a bold visual statement with an eight-foot figure of a sn

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